I know this has been brought up before, but somehow I’m not sure if Cubase still has done anything about this.
As a film composer, I have to deal with projects with many, many cues in them. Each cue has a different tempo.
So let’s say in one project, we have 10 different cues, all set to video.
The problem is, when I adjust the tempo of ONE of the cues, every other cue towards the right of the timeline gets shifted. That means all the rest of the other cues get out of sync with the video.
Is there a way to perhaps, have markers on the cues, and then, DEAD LOCK the frigging tempos of all the cues, according to markers?
So that when I adjust the tempo of a cue that’s in the middle or the beginning or ANYWHERE in the timeline, the other cues DO NOT SHIFT?
I am sure I’m not the only film composer requesting such a function!